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Swindon - Development Site for Sale12 September

The Swindon office are pleased to announce that they have been instructed by Swindon Borough Council to market a 0.785 acre development site in Stratton St Margaret, Swindon. The site contains a Grade II listed building and benefits from an adopted Development Brief which allows for the conversion of the Listed Building to a single dwelling and the development of 4 detached dwellings on the remainder of the site. The site could also be suitable for C2 uses or a continuation of the current B1 and D1 uses. Contact Jeremy Sutton in our Swindon office for further information. 

New Appointment - Tom Welham joins Keningtons.05 September

Keningtons are pleased to announce that Tom Welham has joined Keningtons as a Partner to expand and increase the profile of the London Agency Team. Tom qualified as a Chartered Surveyor in 2003 and has over 17 years experience working in the agency sector with a focus on retail. Tom’s landlord clients have included Hammerson, Westfield, Targetfollow, Hermes Investment Management, Legal & General and Aviva.

Life Cycle Costing03 September

Our Building Surveying department undertake life cycle costings to a variety of residential, commercial and heritage buildings. Our clients find our cost reports a useful tool to manage their operating and maintenance budgets over a 20 year period. 

Non UK residents seek Valuation advice06 August

Keningtons Valuation Team are instructed on several portfolio valuations for investor clients following the removal of the CGT exemption on commercial property held by non-UK residents. Formal valuations prepared round the base date (6 April 2019) will be beneficial in any discussions with HMRC on future disposals. For any enquiries please contact Jill Howells.

Pre- Acquisition Survey in Greenwich15 July

Keningtons Building Surveyors have recently completed a residential pre- acquisition survey in Greenwich, South East London. The property is a self-contained flat set within a Conservation Area and is part of a number of residential units designed and constructed by the ex RIBA president Eric Lyons CBE. Using modern design and materials the post war modernist property utilities cross wall construction techniques with open plan living and large sized fenestration. For further information please contact Tony Rellis, Head of Building Surveying. 

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